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Spinal decompression surgery is used to give your spine nerves more space and relieve their compression. “Decompression” ideally means removing the tissue that is compressing a spinal nerve.
Spinal decompression can be performed anywhere along your spine from your neck to your lower back. Lumbar decompression surgery relieves lower back neural impingement. Spinal decompression surgery is used to treat:
Spinal decompression surgeries intend to relieve symptoms caused by pressure, or compression, on the spinal cord and/or nerve roots. This could be bulging or collapsed disks, thickened joints, loosened ligaments, and bony growths can narrow the spinal canal and the spinal nerve openings, causing irritation.
Spinal decompression treatments can be done either surgically or non-surgically. Non-surgical spinal decompression therapy involves stretching the spine. For best results, non-surgical spinal decompression therapy includes a series of several treatments.
Often resulting from spinal stenosis, the narrowing of the spinal canal leads to increased pressure on the spinal cord and nerves, so they become swollen and inflamed. With spinal decompression treatment, that pressure is released and irritation is reduced. It’s an effective way to find relief for the pain associated with pinched nerves in the spine.
Some symptoms of spinal nerve compression include:
Spinal decompression therapy is successful in relieving pain in most patients. However, spinal decompression surgery does not correct the underlying degeneration of the vertebrae due to wear and tear of aging, so a return of symptoms may be possible. Still, spinal decompression therapy is a fantastic solution for a multitude of pain problems. From small aches to severe pain, it can alleviate a lot of basic problems.
At CureConsult, we understand the excruciating nature of chronic back pain and we endeavour to arrange rapid appointments with our highly experienced spinal surgeons. They will investigate and diagnose your back pain and perform any recommended back surgery in our modern, clean and, well-equipped hospitals, with the support of qualified and caring staff.
The complications associated with spinal decompression surgery include:
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